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Candidate Accidentally Uploads Four Reaction Videos

Indiana Treasurer and Republican Senate candidate Richard Mourdock accidentally released video responses to the Supreme Court's decision on the Affordable Health Care Act. The court has yet to announcing their ruling. Muourdock prepared four responses for if the court upholds the law, overturns it, if it splits and if it doesn't provide an answer. Melissa Block and Robert Siegel have more.

It's All Politics, June 21, 2012

President Obama's shift on immigration puts pressure on Mitt Romney to clarify his own position. It also comes as both candidates address an influential Latino organization. Plus: a look ahead to next week's primaries in New York and Utah.

Bloomberg Pollster Defends Survey Showing Obama With Big Lead

Bloomberg set off something of a firestorm with a poll that found President Obama leading Mitt Romney by 13 points, when most polls show the race much tighter. Now, the pollster is offering a point-by-point explanation.

Candidates Pull Out Stops To Woo Latino Voters

Mitt Romney is working to cut into President Obama's lead with Latinos. Both addressed the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials this week. But will it help either candidate win over Latino voters? Host Michel Martin speaks with The Washington Post's Nia Malika Henderson and Lenny McAllister of politic365.com.
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On Metro Crash Anniversary, Mikulski Urges Bipartisanship On Transpo Bill

The anniversary of the fatal Metro crash three years ago has Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.) calling for lawmakers to put aside partisan differences on a federal transportation bill that would increase safety regulations for public transit.


Senate Strips Public Funds From Party Conventions

The Senate has passed an amendment that would cut off public funding for the Republican and Democratic presidential nominating conventions. The funding has been coming from U.S. taxpayers who check the $3 box on their federal tax returns.